Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Warfield Theater on 2004-12-19
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
*%Box Of Rain (no Chris)
~+&Tumbleweed In Eden>
+Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
*+Row Jimmy (no Chris)
~%The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
Unbroken Chain (no Chris)
+^Imagine (* on vocals from balcony over stage right, no Chris)
Help On The Way> Slipknot!>
+Eyes Of The World>
*+Turn On Your Lovelight>
+^@Dark Star (v2) (no Chris)>
+&%Darkstar Jam> ~+Elevator
+^Comes A Time> Happy Birthday
$Franklin's Tower (all)>
$Not Fade Away (all)
E: +^$%The Wheel>
We Bid You Goodnight (vocals by Phil, Chris, Gloria, Jackie & Tim)
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|Box Of Rain|
|Like A Tumbleweed In Eden>|
|Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion|
|The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)|
|Help On The Way> Slipknot!>|
|Eyes Of The World>|
|Turn On Your Lovelight>|
|Dark Star (v2) >|
|Comes A Time>|
|Franklin's Tower >|
|Not Fade Away|
|And We Bid You Goodnight|
Source: DSBD - Official Release from www.phillesh.net (CDs mastered by Wizard)
- 2005-03-09 14:32:41
- San Francisco, CA
- Warfield Theater
Subject: Worst butchering of a Grateful Dead song ever?
I'm a big Phil-fan--I appreciate what he's done to keep the music alive & I love hearing his bass turned up so loud in the mix. But for the life of me I can't understand why he insist on singing so many songs, especially when he's got such a talented singer / frontman on stage with him! Listen to "And We Bid You Goodnight"--it's laughably painful to listen to. If someone held a contest for "Worst rendition of a Grateful Dead song ever" surely this version would be in the running to win it. (And yes I realize this isn't a a Grateful Dead original)
Since an earlier reviewer asked, the fiddle player's name is Tim Carbone (from New Jersey-based jamband Railroad Earth). Phil gives band intros near end of second set; oddly I don't think he introduces the horn section, whom I think sounds great.
Subject: CD covers?
Subject: Really something special this time.
Subject: Love, love, love
anyway this show fucking kicks ass. The second set alone is just beautiful. A wonderful St. Stephen for the ages, great 11, Mind-Melting Dark Star, and the first set has some wonderful tunes, particularly The Dolphins > The Stranger. I love all of it.
The electric fiddle player, however he/she is, is amazing. So much love. :)
Subject: Jimmy Herring and Barry Sless
Subject: Great Sounding show
Subject: Comes A Time
Subject: Hottest Show Ever
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Subject: my lipps are sealed
....think "zippy the pinhead" would be skunkin' in the 21st century?
....do I need to pass this on to Soto's?
"GIVE PEACE A CHANCE"
Subject: Great Friends!
Jackie & Gloria, Tim Carbone, Molitz all wrapped around Phil with Jimmy on fire - I was there and felt the highest energy I've ever felt at a Phil Show. THANK YOU PHIL!!
Subject: the genesis
Subject: lovelight rocks
Subject: fuckin wonderful
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